In the face of a crisis, green is still in for Luxury brands.
Get into a vacation state of mind with these pieces from Hermes, Bottega Veneta, Bally, and Z Zegna.
How Alessandro Sartori, artistic director of Zegna, is creating luxury menswear that appeals to every generation
The brand aims to create menswear that is relevant whether customers are in their 20s, 40s or 60s.
Tune in on Jan 12 at 3.30am to find out what sartorial surprises artistic director Alessandro Sartori has lined up for the Italian luxury label.
The new heads at Ermenegildo Zegna, Dunhill and Brioni have something new up their sleeves - literally.
Three storied fashion houses welcome a new creative force at the forefront of their brand. Here's how they're set to make an impact in the menswear scene.
Zegna alum returns to the world’s largest menswear brand with big plans for it.
The venerable menswear brand forges ahead with its latest launches under new creative director Alessandro Sartori.
From geometric patterns etched into shoe leather to a snake embroidered on bags, Campbell has created five designs for Berluti's Autumn/Winter 2016/2017 ready-to-wear pieces, shoes and leather goods.
In two years, Berluti has transformed from a heritage shoemaker into the maison of the moment, with a ready-to-wear and bespoke line. The artistic director at the heart of its global expansion, Alessandro Sartori, shares why the brand is the new master ￼of menswear. By Patricia Lee.